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Vinsanity’s Mutation from Solider to Sniper

Vinsanity’s Mutation from Solider to Sniper

Drew Corrigan (@Dcorrigan50) As the world was beginning to wind down after seeing LeBron James return to Cleveland by watching Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins matchup in NBA uniforms for the first time, the man that never sleeps — Adrian Wojnarowski — dropped another bomb on us. Vince Carter has agreed to a three-year, $12M deal with Memphis, league […]

From Ubiquitous to Revolutionary: The Point Guard Position

From Ubiquitous to Revolutionary: The Point Guard Position

Drew Corrigan (@Dcorrigan50) The NBA is constantly changing. Whether it be the shifting of power between teams, or the evolution of a position, each year more and more marvel athletes enter the league and seemingly become tied down to a particular position, or role. Perhaps it comes down to a coach just [...]

The Mavs extend offer sheet to Chandler Parsons. Good work, Mavs!

The Mavs extend offer sheet to Chandler Parsons. Good work, Mavs!

Andy T — So, the Mavericks have offered Chandler Parsons a big ol’ offer sheet. People are complaining about the amount he’d be paid, but no one cares. People who complain about how much FAs are paid are little babies who, by ignoring the fact that they hate every deal, are able to continue imagining that if […]

Kill The Salary Cap. Kill it with Fire!

Kill The Salary Cap. Kill it with Fire!

Adam Johnson — $2.2 billion. That’s the selling price for the Los Angeles Clippers after the Donald Sterling fiasco. Just four years ago, the Golden State Warriors were sold for a then-record $450 million. In 2013, the franchise’s estimated worth was listed at $800 million, nearly doubling in value. The owners keep getting richer, yet the salary cap increases at […]

Understanding The Sixers’ Blueprint For Failure

Understanding The Sixers’ Blueprint For Failure

Drew Corrigan — Most fans of the Philadelphia 76ers understand the plan. To understand the plan, one must first understand where this basketball emporium comes from. This franchise hasn’t been relevant since Allen Iverson carried a decrepit 2001 76ers team to the NBA Finals, just to be ousted by the Los Angeles Lakers with Kobe and Shaq in their prime. Since that moment, this city […]

The Sixers, Tanking, and the Road to Ruin

The Sixers, Tanking, and the Road to Ruin

Andy T — I’m going to postulate some bold stuff right now, so strap on your goddamn seatbelts. What anti-Tankers have against Tank Commanders isn’t critiques or unwrriten law argy-bargies, but resentments. That is, the fact that these (oil) tankers seem to have confused kicking risk down the road for not experiencing risk, and seem to be unaware that their […]

Draft Roundtable: All We Do Is Win

Draft Roundtable: All We Do Is Win

1. Which team(s) came out as a winner of this draft at the moment? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s a handful of teams that you could really consider winners in this draft. That said, a couple team’s really stood out to me: the Utah Jazz, and Charlotte Hornets. Utah got a player with a lot of potential in Dante Exum at four, and I think pairing him in the backcourt with Trey Burke could […]